Mango WodzakFlowers
An Animal Rights Poem By Mango Wodzak from

Poems of compassion dedicated to the non-human animals who share this planet with us and the people who fight for them.

By Mango Wodzak

Nobody's hating,
everybody's loving,
let's all go and sniff flowers.

Red ones, orange ones,
long thin limy ones,
think Ill go and sniff flowers,
big fat greeny ones,
short stubby yellow ones,
sniff, sniff, sniff, sniff flowers.

Purple, on the tree,
pink and blue and free,
rainbow red, rainbow violet,
scarlet flowers.

Starry ones, perky ones,
little fairy blossom ones,
fragrant little, spotty little flowers.

Delicate and fancy,
extravagantly schmancy,
fluffy little, snuffy little flowers.

So precious, so tender,
So smooth and silk and slender,
huffy little, puffy little flowers.

Dew drop covered splendour,
pollenacious vendor,
delicious little, balmy little flowers.

Hues of luminosity,
buds of preciosity,
Fresh and pink and dandy,
chocolate striped n sandy,
petal scented candy,
sniff, sniff, kiss, bliss flowers.

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